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believed to have occurred between march 2001 through june 2004. but then say they acted in school and other locations throughout the city of livermore. macleod has a wife and two year-old son. family and friends were there but did not respond to any questions regarding the case. a pretrial date has been set. will likely learn new details about the alleged sex crimes. j.r. stone kron4 knees. news
>> pam: 27 year-old joseph carroll the investigators say planned the retaliatory game shooting. the very upsetting. this little girl was staying over france house and she answered the door and darnell williams opened fire without any consideration of what was going to happen. it is shocking and of setting that kids and oakland are sold on a ball to the violence and just complete disregard for human life. >> pam: talking about the
arrest may in her daughter's murder case that story is coming out in kron 4 news at 6:00. grant? >> reporter: uc berkeley getting back to normal after an explosion. this was shot last night first firefighters showing up after the explosion. the underground explosion rocked the campus across 640 last night. smoke could be seen for several blocks. people are trying to get out of there in a hurry. there's a fire on which this image really tells the story. some people actually got stuck in elevators during the power outage. evening classes were canceled last night and the outage and explosion could be related to a copper wire
incident a few cents a few students to suffered minor injuries and burns. at last check, most of the buildings on campus were open for business. >> pam: ace band rally outside oakland city hall. putting on his microphone right quick will break down because we are all pretty excited. >> reporter: when the tigers with five games with the a's and then wrapped it up the coliseum. if you cross will fill the coliseum. the coco crisp 1 game in that series and then game 5 justin oberland third to shut him down. verlander. bartolo
cologne will be facing mark scheerer desert and game 2 will be saturday at 6 07. it comes back to oakland and will be thursday october 10th. kron 4 will be airing the chargers game at 830 p down or whenever kick off areas. immediately following the game will have a newscast with foil highlights. it takes 21 hours to convert the get up the field from baseball to football. we will have the
game right here on kron4 with gary on the set before the game and after we will have to show. >> pam: so let's talk about the case. we had a lot of problems this talk about that and set the scene. >> reporter: it will ramp up the potential issues with the storage was so many people in the stadium. the place will be rocking a rematch of last year's series. they have honed killed at an advantage they have the players in pitcher spirit expectations are higher so there's no giants
with all of the attention on the case this year. a's this year! >> catherine: now to a developing story. day one of the partial government shutdown. lawmakers - could not reach a deal. that means lots of federal offices and services are closed -- and thousands of federal workers are not earning a paycheck. tory dunnan joins us live >> catherine: from washington, d.c. 1 what's the latest on negotiations? 2 so the longer this goes on, who's at a greater risk for shouldering the blame? president obama or republicans? 3 how long can the government stay shut down until there's more of an impact on regular people? >> reporter: simply put
still no deal! >> my goodness, they will not even sit down and have a discussion about this. >> the shutdown the government over ideological crusade to deny millions of americans services. >> reporter: as the finger- pointing continues americans are already starting to feel the impact. >> people have bills and have children in college and that things that have to get paid. >> reporter: not just pay checks, parks are close. millions are people that depend on food assistance are directly impacted. as
for what is exempt social security at on a plan in benefits will keep being paid. air-traffic control and sellers still funded. and you will still get your mail. >> along dirt shutdown the longer the impact will be. >> reporter: the approval rating for congress is at it 10% which is a all-time low. and some believe that with the shutdown will make that number worst. >> catherine: are you hearing anything along those lines that the shutdown may go on for weeks? >> people just do not know how long this is going to last.
>> reporter: the white house has already said its be told so at this point it doesn't seem like it will be days unless something drastic happened. >> catherine: we could only hope for something drastic think you tory. >> catherine: where dozens of bay area residents showed up only to find the doors locked up. pam? we have a lot more coverage kron4 will be airing the raiders chargers game this sunday night at 830p. we'll have all the pre-game excitement along with our kron 4 news starting at 8 p.m. immediately following the game we'll do a newscast and post-game show with highlights. and a half hours because the >> pam: coming up. health care now open to everyone. but there has been some glitches in the system already. >>the n-f-l reportedly
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>> catherine: a shocking case of road rage was caught on camera in new york. here's how it started. a gang of motorcycles on the henry hudson parkway -- speeding up and boxing in a range rover suv. inside -- a 33-year-old man with his wife and baby daughter. this video was taken by one of the bikers. >> catherine: some say they were trying to intimidate the driver. but things got ugly when
one of the bikers seems to slow down right in front of the car. we slowed that video down for you.the driver bumps him and the biker is injured. that driver says it was an accident. >> catherine: but whatever it was.the bikers come to a standstill and are enraged.police >> catherine: say this is where the tires on the suv were slashed. desperate to get away.watch as the driver speeds away.plowing over three of the motorcyclists. >> catherine: he told police he was afraid for his life. the motorcycle gang retaliates by chasing him. one of the bikers later opening the car door and trying to haul the driver out -- before he speeds off again. but they finally corner him in new york traffic - where he has nowhere to go. one of the bikers takes off his helmet and smashes in the driver's window. dragging the man out of the car. this is where the driver was assaulted.in front of
his wife and 2-year-old child. >> catherine: he needed stitches. police have arrested two of the bikers - and are looking for more. this is the man who was driving the suv. alexian lien. he'll be ok.and actually some of the bikers were more seriously hurt. the family of one of those bikers - claiming he might be paralyzed. >> catherine: why did all this happen? tonight police say the motorcycle gang had been trying to shut down a stretch of the highway so they could have it for themselves. >> pam: surrounded at see how all of a group of voters got out of the sticky situation. and a young girl the only survivor was her father did in his dying moments to say per life.
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>> pam: adjusting what that is a missed all of the fans having fun. >> reporter: i am sure a lot 8 a's fan will recognize the spirit that is josh reddick. he is talking to people here san city hall. rallying the troops all wearing green and gold getting excited about the playoffs. why don't we listen for a second at what he is saying. >> (cheers & applause)
>> still a great feeling. >> reporter: much going on with food trucks here and 380 span. so keep it here on kron4. >> reporter: deck doubt it is a little girl if we have that picture we will show it is not we will come back. we can always interact and get our a sprite going here on the facebook page. a's
pride! >> pam: now back to our developing story tonight. the partial government shutdown. it's having an impact on those who work for and do business with the internal revenue service. kron four's rob fladeboe has more on that story now from san jose. >> reporter:hoping for some taxpayer assistance on tuesday, dozens of people showed up here at the internal downtown san jose only to find the doors locked and a sign on the door saying the offices will be closed until further notice. >> reporter:the irony of the shutdown was not lost on those who came here to ultimately pump some revenue back into government coffers. >> this is sad that it always affects us. any
normal citizen from running errands like this. >> reporter:the closure is also impacting as many as 300 irs office workers here, according to a government employee who said she was not authorized to speak publicly about the shutdown. some workers put in an hour or two and then went home she says. meanwhile taxpayers, many of whom were unaware of the shutdown left frustrated and in limbo. left frustrated and in limbo over when they might be able to do business here. in san jose rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> pam: coming up at six. we'll show you more of things that are closed today. due to the government shutdown. including some popular bay area tourist spots. >> catherine: a couple of boaters in the florida keys thought they'd have a nice afternoon - trying to
catch lobsters. but they founded themselves surrounded by twisters.forming water spouts. they say the result was the experience of a lifetime.and it included the daring decision to drive 'through' one of those water spouts. >> catherine: one of the boaters says he's taken his boat through waterspouts twice before. although experts say it's a crazy idea. >> catherine: he says all the hatches on the boat opened straight up -- and it was a like being inside a very intense fan. >> catherine: authorities have now identified the victims of a colorado rock
slide as members of an extended family from colorado and missouri.including a 10- year-old boy. the only survivor is a 13- year-old girl who saw her parents killed. also her 18-year-old sister. >> catherine: she has told authorities that her father saved her by jumping on top of her as the rock slide began. the family had been hiking on a popular trail monday when it happened. the local sheriff says that some of the boulders which fell were as big as cars. >> jacqueline: we are in the low seventies down and the south bay. a little warmer in santa rosa with your locations that were warmer today mostly is cooler as we head into the overnight hours it will stay clear with temperatures in the '50s. wednesday's will warm up the winds will be picking up. the raiders forecast for
altogether. we will talk more about that the first capra healy with what the public has with the president has to sag. >> catherine: new healthcare options now >> catherine: it's simple.he wants you to know that obama care is open for business -- and it's not going anywhere. >> catherine: starting today - uninsured americans can sign up on a new on-line marketplace. it's starting slowly -- there's a backlog of people trying to get it -- but the president is resolute in his position that republicans aren't going to shut this down. >> the affordable air act the affordable care act it is here to stay at it is
affordable and because of its funding sources is not impacted by a government shutdown. >> catherine: americans have 6 months to enroll in the online health care marketplace. and they're not wasting any time. roughly 3-million people had visited the main website by this afternoon. a lot of them say they've had problems trying to set up accounts. >> catherine: the obama administration hopes to sign up 7 million people during the first year. >> pam: michael yucky our political analyst here to talk about obama care. and the glitches today >> pam: what about the glitches to that? >> reporter: in many ways the president got off a little bit easier in terms of the problems. people
visiting the main web site with an york. california has its own web site creek and york has its own web site. some rumors that someone tried to spam the new york website and tried to crash it. basically if you are on a short or pain thousands of dollars for your family right now you should be clicking on the web site and taking a look at the different options out there. because this is essentially the open enrollment period for people who need insurance. >> pam: in terms of the glitches to that you think it will be a turn off for some people actually need the services? >> reporter: the interesting thing is the president was trying to inform the to have to be a little bit more patient and that one of the
fierce kron4 was that there might be some different information out there and to get yourself signed up will take some time. >> reporter: >> judge reporters are going up to find people and to see that they did that they get more insurance than at affordable more than they ever thought that they could. >> pam: of course you'd be back at 6:00 so we could talk about the politics of all of this. >> yes ok. >> pam: if you like to connect with him with michael. you can do so on twitter --
at-yaki-blog. >> pam: now for today's market update. wall street was unfazed by au -s stocks bounced back today from monday's losses. here are the closing numbers: the dow is up 62 points. nasdaq also rose 46 points. while s - and - p gained 13 points. >> reporter: what is the effect on the economy? >> if that's the case you will contact a health-care spider that will have a lot more people there will be consuming health care. it's crazy to say but their big winners. if obama care does not work and the affordable care act it appealed to baby boomers are still marching
>> reporter: we had a similar situation last year. we are to are we facing that same scenario and two weeks? >> i hope so accurate >> reporter: let the politicians fight and send the market lower. >> reporter: he finally had a meeting with the apple ceo what did he say? >> bag back more shares. >> $100 billion in dividends the company is just incredibly cheap and cash flow basis. small
corporate dividends but so well funded. tim cook has been more willing to do it. i like the story. i guess the stock going up to 650 to 750. in the next two years and should hit its all time high. >> most analysts' says the higher price targets very little gas and to take effect use that analogy. all for a play on words. america's have the oldest fleet of on the vehicles better made but we love our new cars and new-car smell. gm's sales a little bit weaker ford sells all bit stronger.
>> reporter: thank you rot if you have questions for robert post on his fan page. >> reporter: a dispute over 41¢ at all cost on video. >> reporter: does not want to show her face will want to share her story. >> happened so fast. my reaction and just hit me. >> reporter: the 23 year-old clark calling your deer run
ads for dishwashers sweet cigar and only put down a dollar when she told him it was a dollar and 41¢. >> uses this is all i had. cursing. >> reporter: he punched her and bring high. injuring her eye and took opffoff! >> reporter: durra finished her shift that day and she is now fearful every time she goes into work. >> imagine what else could have happened. that is the thing that stays in my mind and i hope that it never
happens to anyone. >> pam: big changes. reportedly being considered by the n-f-l. and they could have a big impact who makes the playoffs. but first. >> reporter:happening now. >> reporter:a's fans rally outside oakland city hall. rooting on the home team. as the athletics get set to start the playoffs. kron4's justine waldman is there live tonight
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pregame excitement. starting at 8:00 p.m. so attuned and! immediately following the game we will have a newscast and quick sports show. shoit takes about 24 hours to convert the field from baseball to football. it's all related but again, we will have the latest charges came on kron4. hist >> jacqueline: 835 temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70's. with clear skies and mild temperatures. a lot of the post-game show here on kron4. today cooler than what we saw yesterday in a
number of places temperatures were between '60s and low 70's with upper 70's for inland valleys and even hitting 80 degrees and santa rosa. shot tonight we stay mostly clear with temperatures widely in the '50s for wednesday in a little bit warmer than what we saw today. as we head into thursday and friday temperatures will get wednesday with higher elevation insignificant so we would definitely an eye on that note type of warning is issued right now. showing high cloud coverage over the bay area with large and clear skies and storm passing as to the north all tumbling missing largely to the north. still seem cooler air into the error until it moves along with warmer drier air. also in this
upper 70's for an leadbelly's hitting 77 in antioch, 78 in pleasanton and 60 coast side. here is a look at the extended forecast with warming tomorrow and even more thursday, friday and saturday. quite a few more 80 degree readings for saturday. the cash the raiders game right here on kron4. we will be back look at them with that u-verse wireless receiver.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> pam: now at six. >> pam: crimes happen that occur that are so despicable that you never forget them. the murder of alaysha carradine shocked even hardened oakland police. tonight they say they know who gunned down the 8 year old as she opened the door at a friend's house. >> reporter: two people. in the year old alaysa carradine. that shooting happened in oakland back in july. someone knocked on the door. >> reporter:police say shots were then fired into the door as alaysha was opening it toanother child in the house were also hurt, but survived.
kron4's haaziq madyun spoke following news of the indeed >> pam: and happening right now. a government shutdown is now this is a live look of drew floor. the house and senate couldn't agree on a bill to fund the government. and the time has run out. neither side is willing to accept the blame. people already feeling the impact. thousands of workers left without pay. national parks and museums closed. kron4's catherine heenan begins our team coverage.with remarks president obama made this morning. >> catherine: president obama is sounding frustrated.but resolute. he's putting the blame for the shutdown squarely on republicans.and is asking them tonight to "reopen the government."
thishe says it would have been simple to take the steps necessary to keep the government open - and working. >> when"and many representatives, including an increasing number of republicans, have made it clear that had they been allowed by speaker boehner to take a simple up or down vote on keeping the government open with no partisan strings attached, enough votes from both parties would have kept the american people's government open and operating." >> reporter:but that didn't happen of course. will see bill >> pam: the president says republicans are simply hung up on an "ideaological crusade" to wipe out his health care law.
the shutdown means unwanted and unpaid time off for federal workers. some agencies employing tens of thousands of people are now down to a couple of hundred, >> pam: no furloughs in space, but astronauts in orbit could get voicemail if they phone home to houston. 97 percent of nasa employees will be told to stay home, 18=thousand of them. only 550 will report to work. protection agency, 96 service will keep working, but the rest of the commerce department will shut. the department of interior will furlough 81 percent of is workers and shut down all national parks. ealth and human services will furlough all its food inspectors. at the pentagon, the furlough will affect about half of 600=thousand civilian defense workers. military paychecks could be delayed if the shutdown lastair traffic controllers will stay on the job at the transportation department. the justice deparyment would not be greatly impacted. will still be on the job. same with homeland security. >> reporter:no one is furloughing any >> pam: continuing our team coverage. most federal courts are still up and running but that could change.
>> reporter: reports from san jose where there are worries the shutdown will impact cases now underway. >> pam: national parks and attractions closed.due here in the bay area -- lands end, muir woods and fort funston are closed. kron4's charles clifford is live at crissy field in san francisco. with a look at the impact people will see here in the bay area. charles? >> reporter: their kids and signs now blocking the interest to the parking lot of christie field even the bathrooms are locked up tight. this man was empty
and the trash this afternoon so some services are still in place. just like the closures some will run the signs in part anyway. copper >> is it really shut down look at some of the people here. i can eat my lunch and now run my parents. were will >> shut the gates but i hope that the open at up soon. this is one of the best places to come with your dog. >> reporter: the parking lot is blocked in even the poor, these are closed. >> think this is ridiculous that congress is screwed up. what webbing >> reporter: 4 now in san
francisco charles clifford grum 4 news. >> pam: you can catch a special edition at 8:00 followed by a pregame at 830 and then a kick off right after and post gains. gary radnich are sports anchor will be here. >> pam: what is being blamed for campus explosion last night? a look at where fans will be able to sit, next season. which federal services are still operational? >> jacqueline: we will take a look at the extended
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that left one check out this video. >> reporter:it shows the first firefighters showing up to the underground explosion rocked the campus around 6:40 last night. smoke could be seen for several blocks. a few hours earlier, power went out across campus. some people got stuck in elevators. night classes were cancelled. officials believe the outage and explosion could be theft incident. a few students suffered minor injuries. at last check, most of the buildings on campus were open for business. >> pam: and still ahead on the kron4 news at six. >> pam: one of the most popular tourist attracations closed.
>> pam: andwhat can people with tickets to go to alcatraz now do? plus -- our political analyst michael yaki is in studio here to break down what the >> pam: a live look from an a's rally in oakland. fans celebrating the team clinching the american league west championship. as they gear up for the post season. >> pam: coming up. we'll have a live report! have a live report! e pa staed up e ba of my hea and wrped oundo thfront. coul'that felthrohoutmy wholeea. the isteng a theashwas movi do. thdoctors at the coul'that felthrohoutmy wholeea. at iave checked emerout an e door.d erwhen hadhinglesmyyesight. the sic opped.
>> pam: a number of national parks and attractions will be closed today as a result of the government shutdown. what the shutdown mean for people planning to visit alcatraz island. >> reporter: we got a chance to talk to the national park service and they told us that if you have a ticket and schedule to bell you can either get your money refunded or rescheduled for down the road or course many people come to sampras's go
from places like faraway but one of the destinations that are hoping to see is alcatraz very disappointing. we were looking for to district for a very long time. >> reporter: that is the very latest reporting from san francisco will try again. >> catherine: along with alcatraz, the shutdown will close muir woods and the stinson beach parking lot. services are safe. your mail will still be delivered, bills and all. the postal service is self=unded. if you need a passport, you will still be able to get one. >> catherine: medicare and social security are both exempt from the shutdown.
those payements will still go out. so will unemployment checks. >> catherine: and food stamps will continue for at least a month. the supplemental nutritional assistance program , or snap -- has 2- billion dollars in contingency funding. >> catherine: but "wic," government aid to pregnant women and children, will shut down. >> catherine: unlike the last shutdown, the federal housing administration will continue to back new mortgages. veterans administration hospitals will rem ain open. and if you are scheduled for >> catherine: a date with a federal judge, don't expect a reprieve. the court system has enough cash to stay open for 10 business days. >> catherine: air travel won't be affected: air traffic control and t-s- a employees are still reporting to work. so planes can take off and security check-points are still in place. congress couldn't agree on a spending bill. as we've been reporting -- the federal government is shut down and its affecting millions of americans.
joining us this evening to break it all dowin. is our political analyst michael yaki. >> the fact is that, there is will impact being felt right now mainly among the poor. the supplement nutrition program is being phased out, a veteran seeking payments will be running out in a few weeks creek and they are turning are around children that are turning away children for clinical trials. >> pam: right now the republicans are stating amendment to keep certain programs together. >> on a more regular boat,
democrats will offer a continuing resolution. is just a mess, and there is no end game. you cannot see and engaged in this. >> pam: positioning smaller bills to keep certain things open. so that they could go back and say that see, we did try to keep things open but the democrats would not agree. >> the democrats is trying to keep obama karen going because is the entire government at stake here. seoul >> pam: how does this and
michael? end? >> pam: and if you'd like to connect with michael. index of stories... thank you michael. >> jacqueline: the cooler in error for the bay shore and south bay. satellite rep picture shows continue to move to the north on the core side a little bit warmer than what we saw today but below average for this time of year. skies clear with temperatures in the 50's in a little warmer for your wednesday. winds will pick up and fire concerns will be raised. more on that in a moment. 76
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in oakland -- >> but he is a 27 year-old from the city of oakland, joe carroll. >> reporter: was a gain related retaliation shooting. >> reporter: pleading not guilty with all charges against him on tuesday. a pretrial date has been set for early november. >> reporter: in san jose in minimum impact so far for the government shutdown occurred dozens of people showed up for an employment here at the irs office only to discover the doors locked woodside apologizing
for the shutdown any inconvenience. meanwhile many irs workers are impacted as well toke to stay home. told. >> reporter: there are some minimum services still in effect at some parks with people picking up trash and police officers facilitating the area. >> reporter: covering california which is the agency overseeing the project in the state is here talking to students about a obama care and give me the information in regards to enrollment. stock if you want to sign up you have to go on line or call and winning hundred number. san
francisco city college kron 4 news. >> reporter: 12 year-old polly her father reflects on her legacy. it will grow a deduction from her petaluma home sharks a nation. but i ask the i drafted the blueprint. her father helped advocate passing megan's law and sexual unspent registry. and the emperor system. and our systemamber system >> pam: a's fans celebrating t as the team gear up for the post season. kron4's justine waldman is live in oakland. where hundreds of fans showed up to root for their home team! justine? r
>> reporter: is was a chance for fans to get together and where the green and gold and get palm up to cheer on their team spirit things to clear out of purely fast want borelli wrapped up a lot of what the speakers were selling more how to keep the case in oakland to not let them move to san jose. she just received a boost for that a company who like to support them financially i will talk more about that in o'clock tonight also hearing that oakland city hall will be lit up in green and yellow. live in oakland justine waldman kron4 news.
>> pam: the >> jacqueline: clear skies today with cooler temperatures and bulk. police from the coastline with inland valleys and north to a nice thing clear what largely in the 50 degrees temperatures. and to the upper 70's in more locations including the south bay. 60s near the coast line inland's will also pick up tomorrow afternoon. especially thursday and friday. it will pick up raising prior concerns. for an end valley start 70's and 80's for east
bay shores. 70's at the coast side and north bay. extended forecast with a moment to mount tam rock thursday and friday with temperatures back into the 80 said he sunday and monday >> reporter: the government shut down, people are mad and rightfully so! >> recall! >> we should just stop paying taxes and import take in the government shut down as well! >> reporter: pressure that will work about. not shore that will work spot?
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(male announcer): now, here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> reporter:et's look at the ford pick up double parked in the marina district of san park anywhere you want button activated >> reporter: here is the driver checking for paring inforcement whild spot >> reporter:then there is this black hyundai also double parked >> reporter:now what would have been a better solution if the driver pulled into this white zone to wait >> reporter:the problem is in some parts of san francisco you are more likely to get a double >> reporter:here on chestnut street you will more than likely see a driver double
parked and then leave at first sight of a parking enforcement officer >> reporter:you may also see san francisco police suggest a double parked driver move right away but in some sections of the city they may roll right past >> reporter:sf supervisor scott weiner wants to see uniform enforcement city wide not just in select areas >> reporter:i think there would be a lot less double parking trucks if there were more uniform enforcement of yellow zones >> reporter:here people are offloading a passenger vehicle parked in a commercial zone while the deliverly truck in the background is double parked >> reporter: sometimes the only way to instill in people minds of what not to do is to step up enforcement but it should be across the board >> reporter:not just in selective locations, the city wants the sfmta to start enforcement evenly arross the city, and i agree in san francisco stanley roberts kron 4 news
around 830 roughly around 8:30pm! >> gary: he will play sunday terrell prior. when i said the word bulwer will be how help peak he will be? prior you are now on they go! >> wanted to play. this was not a play decision our coach's decision this was a medical decision. he has to be sent them free whatever that point is. hopefully
will have come up there this week. >> gary: coming back to the 49ers uc harbaugh showed up for his introduction. and a bone! after two weeks they let him go with no room to get to erase it some plate on the field. d. j. daniels looks pretty good in exhibition games but the word that 49ers of bringing in still tend to be a back up to kapernick derrick d. j. daniels were let go. >> gary: and you were there ? pam?
>> gary: 68,500 fans were able to jam in and had a couple of seats today. the construction on this new facility with the stadium seating is manufactured locally in hayward. over 1700 man hours on the seats. >> pam: they say the seeds are applicable because it keeps you closer to the game. >> pam: (laughter) >> gary: they have moved along. >> pam: it was great they had a tour of the stadium. >> pam: we had a small allotment of people who can
take the tour. but it was nice. >> gary: i remember when you were helping the charity and now sitting on my sofa eating ice cream in new watching the game. we were both building something. we were both doing something something >> gary: the best part of the ray charles what movie ... and it deal with these guys and he says okay you pay me but to pay me and once. so i am equating that to mean. thin long story but thanks for helping people. >> pam: (laughter) >> jacqueline: i got rained on. $70,000 raise.
>> gary: i remember doing that to on that was in bed speaking about myself that day. two people helping and the other guy. do not forget the raider game will see that midnight. >> gary: too honest for the post-game show. so the a's are back to business. oakland won the season series to detroit last year. the tigers and eliminated the a's would justin per lander. these are at the oakland coliseum on friday and saturday in. then the
scene shifts to the trade stridently next monday and tuesday it will be a game 5 back in oakland a week from thursday let's hear some sound bites. >> the numbers and performance in all of the above occurred we are lucky enough to have a veteran guy like that. to go for us. >> bartolo is a great guy looking for great things from him. >> no hitting agenda spirit no hidden gendas!
>> gary: spa they have brought him and he has been the clearance and on the floor today! his first training camp from serbia up to united states to be golden state warriors. spot >> i'm looking forward to meeting and practicing with the guys. >> gary: spot michael jordan best thing when you are michael jordan i am selling something if you want to interview me they will line up and he says but
(male announcer): it's now time for gary radnich from the jack in the box sports desk. >> gary: harlem story from columbus ohio heart warming story. he lost his 21 year- old daughter in two weeks ago in a car accident and the ohio state the blocking and, of her one wore her initials on their helmets last game on saturday as they left the field appeared on 78 players won by one. one by on.
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